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A1 motorway (Netherlands)

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A1 motorway (Netherlands)

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A1 motorway
Rijksweg 1
Location of the A1 motorway
Major junctions
West end: Amsterdam
East end: Losser
Provinces: North Holland, Utrecht, Gelderland, Overijssel
Highway system

The A1 is a motorway in the Netherlands. The road connects the city of Amsterdam, near the interchange Watergraafsmeer, with the German border, near Oldenzaal (NL) and Bad Bentheim (D), and the German Autobahn BAB 30. On its way, it crosses four Dutch provinces: North Holland, Utrecht, Gelderland, and Overijssel.

European routes

A1 near Hoog Buurlo

The section of the road between its start at the interchange Watergraafsmeer, and the interchange Hoevelaken near Amersfoort, is also a European route: the E231. This section of the A1 is the complete E231 route; the E231 does not consist of any other road or section.

Between the interchange Hoevelaken and the German border (and beyond, along the BAB 30), the European route E30 follows the A1 motorway. This European route is a so-called A-Class West-East European route, going from Cork in Ireland all the way to Omsk in Russia.

Exit list

Country Province Municipality km mi Exit Destinations Notes
Netherlands North Holland Amsterdam - Diemen
municipality line
E 35 / E 231 east / A10 West end of E 231 overlap
Diemen 1 Landlust / Diemerpolderweg Westbound entrance and eastbound exit only
2 S114 southeast / Weteringweg
A9 south
Muiden 3 Maxisweg / Rijksweg / Weesperweg
4 Lange Muiderweg / Mariahoeveweg
A6 northeast
Naarden 5 Rijksweg / Churchillstraat Westbound entrance and eastbound exit only
6 IJsselmeerweg
7 Amersfoortsestraatweg
Huizen - Laren - Hilversum
municipality line
8 N527 north / Amersfoortsestraatweg / Rijksstraatweg
Laren 9 N525 southwest / Hilversumseweg
North Holland - Utrecht
province Line
Laren - Eemnes - Baarn
municipality line
10 A27 / N221 southeast / Heidelaan / Rijksweg / Wakkerendijk / Zandheuvelweg
Utrecht Baarn 11 N414
Bunschoten - Amersfoort
municipality line
12 N199
Amersfoort 13 Bergpas / Rondweg Oost
E 231 / E 232 / A28 East end of E 231 overlap; west end of E 30 overlap
14 Amersfoortsestraat / Westerdorpsstraat / Nijkerkerstraat
Gelderland Barneveld 15 A30 / N301
16 N303 / N805
17 N310
Apeldoorn 18 N302
19 N304
20 Kayersdijk
21 N345
Voorst 22 N791
Overijssel Deventer 23 N348
24 N348
25 Marsdijk / Baarhorsterdijk
Rijssen-Holten 26 N332
27 N350 / N755
Wierden 28 N347
Borne A35 West end of A35 overlap
29 Kluft
A35 East end of A35 overlap
Hengelo 30 Rondweg / Bornestraat
31 Oldenzaalsestraat / Hasselerbaan
Oldenzaal 32 Provinciale rondweg
33 N733
Losser 34 N735
Netherlands - Germany
country line
Overijssel - North Rine-Westphalia
province line
Losser - Gronau
municipality line
E 30 / A 30 East end of E 30 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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